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Glucose Disposal Agent | Axe & Sledge GDA+ 90 Caps

Stop feeling guilty about loading up on carbs and fats, and start making them work for you! With Axe & Sledge GDA+, you can make sure that the carbohydrates and fats you're eating won't go to waste in your body, and instead give you fuel and even help build up muscle cells. Axe & Sledge GDA+ can even help with blood sugar control due to ingredients like prickly pear and more in this glucose disposal agent formula. Keep in mind, the more fats and carbohydrates you eat, the more GDA+ you will want to take, so for the most accurate dosage, see the chart and details below, as well as all of the Axe & Sledge GDA+ benefits!

Axe & Sledge GDA+ Benefits & Highlights

  • Help with Blood Sugar Control
  • Acts as a Fat Loss Aid
  • Promotes Storage of Carbohydrates in Muscle Cells
  • Blocks Fat Gain from Higher Carb Meals
  • The More Fat & Carbs You Eat, the More GDA+ to Take

How To Take Axe & Sledge GDA+

 Carbohydrates per Meal Fats per Meal Take 20-30 Min. Before Meal
45-64 grams (180-250 calories) 8-15 grams (145-216 calories)

2 Capsules

65-84 grams (250-340 calories) 16-24 grams (145-216 calories) 3 Capsules
85+ grams (350+ calories) 25+ grams (225 calories) 4 Capsules

When not to take Axe & Sledge GDA+?

There is no need to take GDA when consuming a meal with protein and vegetables (low or no carb/fat meal). There is nothing in your body for it to block hence, a waste of money. 

Axe & Sledge GDA+ Ingredients

Axe & Sledge GDA+ 90 Capsules Ingredients


Axe & Sledge GDA+ Warnings

Consult with a physician prior to use if you have a medical condition. Don't use if pregnant or lactating. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. KEEP CONTAINER TIGHTLY CLOSED IN A COOL, DRY, AND DARK PLACE.


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